Nutrition

Sports nutrition has been a focus for AlzChem dietary supplements for many years and Creapure® creatine monohydrate is recognized as the premium brand for creatine worldwide. Careful selection of raw materials, manufacturing under GMP conditions, and precise analytical control ensure the highest purity products. Creapure® offers benefits for everyone, young and old: for mental acuity, healthy bones, muscle rehabilitation, as well as improved endurance and muscle strength. Other dietary supplements include Alipure® alpha lipoic acid, the only commercially available product that is solvent free. Alipure® is a powerful antioxidant and can also alleviate certain symptoms associated with Type II diabetes.

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The annual per capita consumption of meat in most African countries is still below 15kg and thus much lower than those of other advancing countries (e.g. Paraguay 42kg, Lebanon 59kg, Vietnam 50kg). With improving economic situations in Africa, the market potential is steadily increasing. In 2019 AlzChem initiated its presence as a direct supplier of Creamino® in Africa by strengthening its sales and technical support via exclusive distributors. Together with our partners we enjoy a substantial...
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In July 2020, AlzChem received registration for Creamino® in China. China is the second biggest livestock producer for poultry and swine worldwide. China is in the process of industrializing its national animal protein production and hence offers an increasing potential for Creamino®. With our innovative Creamino® technology, we can help to save costs and improve performance of livestock productions. It furtherly contributes to animal welfare.   “We are excited to bring Creamino®...
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Hannes Aigner, a world champion and Olympic medalist in canoe slalom as well as a member of the Creapure® team, masters whitewater like no other – a new video shows him in his element. Creapure® athlete Hannes Aigner had to put his dream of winning gold on ice for the time being – after a strong season at the end of last year in which he already managed to secure his ticket for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. After winning the Bronze medal in London in 2012 and coming in 4th place in Rio de...
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All vertebrates need creatine for their energy metabolism. Omnivores receive a part of it from their nutrition. Creatine is naturally present in meat and fish, however, only trace amounts of creatine are found in fish meal and meat meal. So, creatine is lost on the way from fresh meat to meat meals. Animals respond to this deficiency with low muscle creatine. Today´s feed has lost an essential biomolecule - it has lost creatine. Creamino technology brings back creatine to animal diets....
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